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Consular legislation of documents in the UK and Ireland for use in Djibouti

Consular legislation of documents in the UK and Ireland for use in Djibouti

If you have documents of either personal or commercial nature which you intend to use in Djibouti, they will need to go through a Consular legalisation process before they are accepted for use in Djibouti. The process may vary slightly depending on the documents and may appear complicated, however the Dublin and London offices of Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland have the inhouse knowledge and expertise to carry out the legalisation process from start to finish, promptly removing any stress or confusion from you. Below is a summary of the steps which will be taken to legalise your documents, however these steps will all be taken care of by Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland. We will return your documents to you by post or courier (as preferred by you) once they are fully legalised and ready to be used officially in Djibouti.

Which documents from the UK and Ireland need to be legalised before being used in Djibouti?

Pretty much any document which you intend using in any official capacity will need to be legalised before being submitted in Djibouti. This includes personal documents which you may need for visa requirements if you are planning on living or working in Djibouti, and commercial documents.

The documents listed below can be legalised for use in Djibouti:

  • Birth, marriage, and divorce certificates
  • Adoption certificates
  • Academic records such as report cards, degrees, and certificates
  • Police clearance certificates
  • Bank records
  • Wills
  • Certificates of incorporation
  • Board resolutions
  • Financial statements
  • Commercial register extracts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Legal judgments
  • Certified translations

Documents which have been issued abroad need to be legalised before they are recognised for use in Djibouti, so that their authenticity is independently authenticated. Our experts at Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland are available to answer any questions you may have about whether your documents need consular legalisation.

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Legalisation of documents for use in Djibouti

The legalisation process begins in the country where your document originated from, be it Ireland or the UK. If there document is not available as an original, Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland will first arrange for a photocopy of the document to be notarised by a Notary Public in the UK or Ireland. We will deal with this requirement for you by using a solicitor to verify the photocopy as being a true copy, and if necessary we will contact the issuing authority to confirm the authenticity of the document. The London and Dublin offices of Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland will then arrange for the documents to be authenticated by Apostille, which is carried out by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office for documents originating from the UK, and by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for Irish documents.

Once these steps have been completed and all relevant entities have validated the authenticity of your document, Docsbase Translation and Legalisation Services UK and Ireland will arrange for your document to be sent to the nearest Embassy of Djibouti for Consular legalisation. We will handle all arrangements for you and return your documents promptly, ready for you to use in Djibouti.

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